Perhaps you're so into your everyday life that you'd like to record it all? Now you can, you ol' fashion conscious geek hipster nerd. These particular glasses have a fat gray rim all around, probably you could get a prescription lens in there if you'd like, and right in the middle is a HD 1280 x 960 resolution camera that records at 30 frames per second. Not too shabby! All video then goes straight to a MicroSD card slot where you'll be putting in anything up to 8GB.
In an effort, I'm sure, to blast through the headline barrage of designer 3D glasses of late, Oakley released some Legacy Gascan 3D Glasses in celebration of TRON: Legacy which will release next month (December 2010.) The news of these glasses came around October 26th. It's now November 8th, and Oakley's sent over a press release announcing the "World's First Optically Correct 3D Glasses," namely, Oakley 3D Gascan®.
Sprint has officially launched its 4G WiMAX network in New York City, as well as Hartford, New Haven, New Brunswick, Trenton and Tampa, taking its total coverage to 61 markets. Meanwhile Clearwire is pushing out various promotions offering 50-percent off WiMAX service for the first two months in the new areas.
Another day, another carrier for the Samsung Galaxy Tab, and now U.S. Cellular has thrown in with Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile and AT&T with the promise of launching the 7-inch Froyo slate in the US. The carrier is playing coy with pricing and availability at present, though the unit they'll be offering is the same as we've already seen: 3G, WiFi b/g/n and a 3.2-megapixel camera on the back.
It was the first day of October, so hopefully it went well for you. In other news, it's also Friday, which means the weekend is upon us, and we've all survived another week. Welcome to The Daily Slash. Tonight, we've got the strangest piece of iPhone accessory we've ever seen, and that could either be a good or bad thing. And then, as we wrap it up, we'll take a look at what's been happening around the R3 Media Network.
We've already heard in the past that the Samsung Galaxy Tab, the Android-based tablet that's already seen quite the loving overseas in press events, is heading to the United States thanks to the wireless carriers in these parts. But, it's just been confirmed by Samsung that that is certainly the case. The tablet device will be launching in the coming weeks under the four major wireless carrier flags: Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint.
We can't say we're massively enthusiastic about LG's pair of new Optimus Android smartphones, the LG Optimus Chic and LG Optimus One. Perhaps it's because the teaser image looked so much more tablety than either of the entry-level handsets actually are, or maybe it's the mediocre specifications: a 3.2-inch HVGA display on the Optimus One, for instance.
Having been teased back in August, the T-Mobile G2 has finally made its official debut. The successor to the original T-Mobile G1, the G2 packs a full QWERTY hardware keyboard, a 3.7-inch WVGA with an unusual hinge design, and a Qualcomm MSM7230 800MHz chipset which also includes HSPA+ connectivity.
We're waiting for Samsung's IFA 2010 press conference to begin, but the company has already outed its much-anticipated Galaxy Tab slate. As we've seen from the teaser, the Samsung Galaxy Tab has a 7-inch 1024 x 600 touchscreen, Android 2.2 Froyo and integrated 3G. The iPad rival also supports Flash Player 10.1 and runs on Samsung's own 1GHz Hummingbird processor paired with either 16GB or 32GB of flash storage.